As part of his passion and commitment to sustainability, business owner George Morgan strives for zero waste so accuracy is imperative. Using wind felled timber produces beautiful and unique results, however the process is labour intensive and time consuming.
George needed a supplier prepared to work alongside him, to share his passion for sustainability whilst finding innovative ways to increase productivity and accuracy.
Resin have been a customer of Axminster on and off for many years. However it was three years ago, following a visit from one of Axminster’s technical consultants, that a partnership was formed.
Guided by Axminster, George at Resin set about fitting out his workshop with carefully chosen equipment, to help him work more efficiently and cost effectively. He reveals,
what really made an impression was being able to have a face to face technical discussion, not just an exchange with someone remote on the end of a phone.
Lamello P-System Zeta, Lamello Profila and Classic X
Lamello was a real discovery. Their ability to make strong, quick joints with repeatable accuracy changed my way of working. It makes joint making about 40% faster. Before I would be drilling, dowelling, blocking and taping, but Lamello replaces all of that with one clever, discreet system. It’s a revolutionary tool for the contemporary workshop and I think it changes the way craftsmen think about design and manufacture.
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Additionally Axminster supply a number of consumables. Axcaliber GT bandsaw blades - which George describes as ‘the best blade’ he’s ever used and he’s a firm convert to the Axcaliber forstner bits - for clean accurate and flat bottomed holes.
He keeps a minimal stock of Titebond adhesives, choosing to buy ‘frequently and fresh’ to get the best results from this top performing wood glue specialist. He also deems Osmo oils ‘simply the best finish around.’
Guided by an Axminster technical consultant, George Morgan at Resin made new equipment choices helping him become more productive and profitable. In his own words Lamello was ‘a real discovery’ and ‘made jointing 40% faster.’
Both Resin and Axminster are passionate about sustainability. Resin has a zero waste policy where any off cuts fuel the workshop woodburner. Through the supply of accurate and reliable tools and machinery, the margin for error is small. This ensures the majority of the locally sourced timber ends up in Resin’s beautiful, bespoke finished products.
George refers to his work as ‘refined vernacular’
Generally, vernacular refers to everyday furniture items often with regional distinction, characterised by rugged, simple construction. Resin strives to combine the best of these characteristics in carefully designed and manufactured furniture and joinery. As far as I am concerned, if Axminster can help Resin keep doing what we do best, then there’s definitely a future in our partnership.
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